Low-level Radioactive Wastes: Their Handling, Treatment and Disposal, Volume 7

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Page 358 - byproduct material' means (1) any radioactive material (except special nuclear material) yielded in or made radioactive by exposure to the radiation incident to the process of producing or utilizing special nuclear material...
Page 369 - ... precautions necessary to prevent the exposure of any individual to radiation or radioactive materials in excess of the limits established in the regulations in this part and; (2) such area or room is subject to the licensee's control.
Page 360 - Source material" means (i) uranium or thorium, or any combination thereof, in any physical or chemical form; or (ii) ores which contain by weight one-twentieth of one percent (0.05%) or more of (a) uranium, (6) thorium or (c) any combination thereof. Source material does not include special nuclear material. (16) "Special nuclear material...
Page 382 - Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Maine Maryland Massachusetts New Hampshire New Jersey New York Pennsylvania Rhode Island Vermont *Virginia Southeast Alabama Arkansas Florida Georgia...
Page 360 - Commission, pursuant to the provisions of section 2071 of this title, determines to be special nuclear material, but does not include source material ; or (2) any material artificially enriched by any of the foregoing, but does not include source material.
Page 342 - The unit of exposure dose of X- or gamma radiation is the roentgen (r). One roentgen is an exposure dose of X- or gamma radiation such that the associated corpuscular emission per 0.001293 g of air produces, in air, ions carrying 1 electrostatic unit of quantity of electricity of either sign.
Page 361 - R due to X- or gamma radiation; (2) A dose of 1 rad due to X-, gamma, or beta radiation ; (3) A dose of 0.1 rad due to neutrons or high energy protons...
Page 340 - Absorbed Dose -- The energy imparted to matter by ionizing radiation per unit mass of irradiated material at the place of interest. The unit of absorbed dose is the rad. One rad equals 100 ergs per gram.
Page 373 - Violations. An injunction or other court order may be obtained prohibiting any violation of any provision of the act or any regulation or order issued thereunder. Any person who willfully violates any provision of the act or any regulation or order issued thereunder...
Page 360 - Dose," as used in this part, is the quantity of radiation absorbed, per unit of mass, by the body or by any portion of the body. When the regulations in this part specify a dose during a period of time, the dose means the total quantity of radiation absorbed, per unit of mass, by the body or by any portion of the body during such period of time. Several different units of dose are in current use. Definitions of units as used in this part are set forth in paragraphs (b) and (c) of this section.

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